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Touchdown: Air Peace’s Debut London Flight Sparks Enthusiasm


Nigerians Celebrate as Air Peace Executes First Full London Flight

Air Peace made history on Saturday with its inaugural full flight to London, utilizing a Boeing 777 for this landmark journey. The airline marked the occasion with a brief ceremony at the Muhammed International Airport (New Terminal), drawing notable figures like Festus Keyamo, Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Doris Uzoka-Anite, Minister of Industry, Trade and Investment, and Chris Najomo, Acting Director-General of NCAA, among others.

Passengers aboard the Air Peace flight expressed elation, considering it a long-awaited milestone that heralds a new era in Nigeria’s travel industry. Tony Ike, a passenger, remarked on the significance of Air Peace’s entry into the London route, noting the positive impact on fares and the broader travel landscape.

Minister Doris Uzoka-Anite hailed Air Peace’s achievement as a convergence of innovation, determination, and a commitment to excellence. She emphasized that beyond a mere flight, Air Peace’s presence in London symbolizes Nigerian ingenuity and collective capability.

Highlighting the economic implications, Uzoka-Anite underscored the role of Air Peace in fostering trade, investment, and collaboration between Nigeria and the UK. She urged Nigerians to patronize Air Peace, citing its exemplary safety record and commitment to rigorous standards.

In conclusion, Uzoka-Anite urged passengers to trust Air Peace as ambassadors in the skies, promoting Nigeria’s heritage, culture, and warmth. She called for solidarity in supporting local businesses and driving economic growth through initiatives like Air Peace’s London route.

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